Wet system from Gulf of Mexico moves inland and brings copious rain to Mississippi and Lower Tennessee Valleys northeast to the Virginias.
Total eclipse may be a hard to see because of poor weather. Showers, then fair.
Hefty thunderstorm activity gives a glancing blow to the upper Tennessee Valley, otherwise, generally fair skies elsewhere.
Thunderstorms, some heavy.
Scattered showers and a few thunderstorms.
Hot and oppressively humid. Hurricane threat along the Gulf Coast.
Heavy thunderstorms along the Gulf Coastal Plain.
Showery, then clearing.
Squalls sweep across the region from west-to-east.
Hurricane or tropical storm threat for the Atlantic Seaboard.
Dry, tranquil conditions.
Gusty winds but continued mainly fair skies.
Heavy rain thanks to a low-pressure disturbance moving off the Atlantic Coast.
Chilly rain spreads from the Deep South to the north and east into the Carolinas and Virginia.
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